Posted on Sep 18 2014 - 2:00am by Paul Merak
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  The Xbox One has been proven to be a popular entertainment system since its release. People even like to watch video streaming of Xbox One games because they are so intense. The good news for preview members of Xbox One is that they can now stream video from their Xbox One to their Android, iOS or Microsoft tablets and phones. All they have to do is install an app by Microsoft called “SmartGlass” onto their home network. Mobile users will have the ability to play, pause, change channels and rewind without interfering with the...

Posted on Sep 16 2014 - 2:00am by Paul Merak
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Smartwatches have been slowly growing in popularity amongst techies. Apple is trying to get in on the action with their newest innovation, the “iWatch.” If you are not familiar with smartwatches, these are basically similar to the watches you wear around your wrist. The difference with smartwatches is that they can do much more than just tell time. They can monitor your heart rate, distance traveled, speed and more. The new Apple iWatch is going to have a lot of emphasis on monitoring health as well. That is why Apple hired a former...

            Motorola announced a little while back about its new smartwatch called Moto 360. Unfortunately, they did not release any real specific information about the watch itself. This has all changed because a recent report that was published on the blog website “Mister Gadget” gave a lot more information on the Moto 360. They even included never before seen images of the watch as well. From the images alone, people have already learned that the Moto 360 will have a wireless cylindrical charger that can be docked anywhere....

Posted on Sep 8 2014 - 11:51pm by Twinkle
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In the last ten years, we have seen a growing number of “smart” devices being introduced into the technological marketplace. We already have smartphones, smartwatches, smartglasses and even smarthouses. But, did you ever think we’d have smart toothbrushes? Well, this vision is about to become a reality. These toothbrushes will be able to record how often you...

Posted on Jul 7 2014 - 12:25am by Pete West
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Apple TV is an entertainment device that allows you to download movies and television shows right through an internet connection, such as Wi-Fi. Do not be confused by the name Apple TV because the device is not actually a television set. The Apple TV device only streams digital data into your television through a setup box, which makes it show up on another television screen. So far, consumers are very happy with Apple TV and all of the features it contains. Unfortunately, the new Apple TV won’t do much to improve the features that are...

Posted on Jul 4 2014 - 12:24am by Pete West
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The new Apple iPhone just got a little greener. A leaked photo of the new iPhone 6 was recently released on the internet and it shows a shell casing of an olive greenish color. The phone itself is still under construction with no official pictures released yet by Apple. The only picture available is an unofficial photo that was leaked from China, which is where the phones are manufactured. The photo only reveals the green back casing of the phone, but analysts say that it looks to have a 4.7 inch screen. The current iPhone 5 models only...

Posted on Jul 2 2014 - 12:24am by Pete West
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Personal computers have been the most commonly used computers for a long time now. You see them all the time in the offices at your workplace because they are affordable and easy to manage. People also use them at their houses to play games on and to conduct business online. They are even upgradeable, which allows a person to make their computer better than when they originally bought it. However, all of these things are slowly changing because Apple iPads are now being sold more often than personal computers. The number of people using...

The innovative technology of the 21st century has already moved forward in overdrive. An innovative technology company, Ostendo Technologies, is creating holographic projectors that will be built into smartwatches and smartphones. To give you an idea of what this will look like just think about the Star Wars movies. Remember in the original movie when R2-D2 projected a holographic image of Princess Leia out onto the floor? Well, now you may be able to do this very same thing with these new holographic projectors that will be coming out...